Definition of toiletry
: an article or preparation (such as toothpaste, shaving cream, or cologne) used in cleaning or grooming oneself —usually used in plural
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That package included basic toiletries, nonperishable food, and even games and toys.
A couple of instruments were also gone, along with all their clothes, toiletries and items like contact lenses and prescription medicine that are hard to replace while traveling.
There will be a toiletry collection for needy families served by Community Enrichment Center, as well as a chance to assemble meal kits for the Hunger Kit Project.
Later, Abdul went home and gathered more supplies to donate including shampoo, toiletries, baby milk and her baby nephew's old clothing.
Concerned Londoners arrived in droves at various collection points, carrying plastic shopping bags sagging with food, diapers, toiletries and blankets.
Theft Chase R. Cherney, 29, of the 2200 block of North Lister Avenue, Chicago, was charged with theft for allegedly stealing liquor and toiletry items from the Whole Foods store, at 6300 S. Route 83, at 1:37 p.m. June 1.
And then when you are called, you are given fresh towels, toiletry products and a hygiene kit.
Mostly small bags and containers of potato chips, cookies and sweets, but also toiletries, bottles of water and other consumables.
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